Felicity Huffman among dozens charged over admissions fraud at top US schools

Scheme helped wealthy Americans buy their childrens way into elite universities including Yale, Georgetown and Stanford US federal prosecutors have charged Hollywood actors Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin, along with almost 50 other people, over a $25m scheme to help wealthy Americans buy their childrens way into elite universities including Yale, Georgetown, Stanford and the University of Southern California. Huffman was due to appear in court in Los Angeles on Tuesday afternoon. Her husband, actor William H Macy, showed up at court ahead of his wifes appearance to face a charge of bribery. Two hundred FBI agents were involved in the investigation, dubbed Operation Varsity Blues, which exposed charging documents,Singers operation arranged for examiners to take college admissions exams in …